Serbian Crown Jewels
Learn more about Serbian Crown Jewels1904 for the coronation of King Peter I, and were designed by Serbian architect Michael Walter, a member of Serbian Royal Academy. The pieces were made from material that included bronze of Karađorđe's cannon. This gesture was symbolic because 1904 was the 100th anniversary of the First Serbian Uprising. They were made in Paris by the famous Falise brothers jewelery company.
The Serbian Royal Regalia consist of the royal crown and sceptre, the orb, and the royal mantle. The crown, sceptre and orb are decorated with gemstones found in Serbia and enameled in the national colours of red, blue and white. The Royal Mantle is made of purple velvet, embroidered with gold and lined with ermine.
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